Why Tesla Tweets Are Nonsense
Mar 26th 2013 6:55PM
Updated Mar 26th 2013 7:02PM
On Tuesday, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk sent out a tweet via his Twitter account, which read: "Really exciting TeslaMotors announcement on Thursday. Am going to put my money where my mouth is in a major way." The stock jumped as high as 3% on the news. Should you buy before the news comes out on Thursday? In this video, Fool industrials analyst Blake Bos tells investors why this tweet falls into the category of "noise" around the stock, and gives us a clear picture of what you should really be basing your investment thesis on here.
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